This poster presentation highlights the global and intercultural engagement of UMNTC students. Using Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) data, it was discovered that over 80% of UMNTC students interact with students from outside the U.S. in classes and in social settings occasionally to very often. Additionally, some elements of intercultural/global engagement lead to greater development in intercultural/global skills than other activities.
Presented at the Internationalizing the Curriculum and Campus Conference (ICCC), Twin Cities, MN, March 23, 2012.
Soria, Krista M.; Huesman, Ronald L. Jr.; Melin, LeeAnn.
Major Decisions: Implications for Engagement, Satisfaction, and Belonging.
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